Our Future: Millennials



By 2025, Millennials, also known as New Boomers or those born between 1980 and 2000, will make up the majority of the workforce. But, are they willing to adjust and are today’s organisations ready to integrate and manage them effectively? 68% of corporate recruiters say that it is difficult for organisations to manage Millennials.

Over the last few months we worked quite a lot with Millennials and captured their viewpoints. Here is a summary of what they say…


  • Posted 15th May 2015

    Rhys Photis

    I like this article ‘#wtf do millennials really want?’

    Millennials, the upcoming generation of leaders (currently aged between approximately 20-35 years) who senior managers are somewhat anxious about. Frustrations include: “how to engage, motivate and retain them?”, “how can these youngsters expect to come to work and sit on Facebook?”, “they have an air of entitlement and feel the rules shouldn’t apply to them” I would like frame this age group… Read More http://gcfcl.com/wtf-do-millennials-really-want/

  • Posted 15th May 2015


    Here an interesting info-graphic providing some insight into the people behind the professionals: http://www.visualistan.com/2014/09/renting-to-millennials-10-facts.html

  • Posted 2nd June 2015


    IBM gets social. Expert millennials provided insight on differences between the generations, as well as the overwhelming similarities. Realizing how technology, especially social, has influenced behaviors and changed the way we engage, as well as how millennials are stampeding into the workplace, I decided to focus the next edition of the IBM Life Hacks on “Engaging with Millennials”.

    Here is the TOP10 list on how to engage with them:


  • Posted 30th June 2015


    Very Interesting Article! I really appreciate it.

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